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27 February 2015: The union's newspapers and agencies industrial council is holding an event for reps to discuss the challenges in the industry and how chapels and branches can respond
26 February 2015: NUJ reps from newspapers and news agencies will meet in Birmigham in April to dicuss developments in the industry and how the union can respond to them.
13 October 2014: The introduction of Trinity Mirror's Newsroom 3.1 to the Liverpool Echo and Merseyside publications puts seven jobs at risk.
26 June 2014: Tim Dawson, NUJ vice-president, describes a morning on the picket line with Newsquest strikers in Blackburn and an fternoon speaking at the Revival of Local Journalism Conference in Salford
9 December 2011: The fight back against the savage cuts to journalism in the Midlands was launched at a packed meeting in Birmingham.
16 November 2011: The NUJ is calling on publishing giant Trinity Mirror to put three popular Midlands papers up for sale instead of closing them.
15 November 2011: Trinity Mirror has announced savage cuts to its titles in the Midlands, in what is feared could be the start of a broader cull throughout the group.
22 April 2010: The launch of another newspaper in Birmingham will increase the flow of information to the city's residents and offer more jobs for journalists, the NUJ says.
22 January 2010: Negotiations are continuing between journalists at Trinity Mirror's Birmingham Post and Mail and the company, following a vote for industrial action.
14 January 2010: Trinity Mirror plans to make yet further cutbacks at its Birmingham centre – and NUJ members working for the Birmingham Post and Mail are voting once again on whether to take industrial action.